South Point sportsbook has updated its betting lines for college football’s “games of the year”,  which includes four of Georgia’s 2018 conference contests on the list of odds.

The Bulldogs are still favored in all four games against South Carolina, Florida, Auburn, and Georgia Tech, according to South Point, but the lines have changed since opening in May.  In week 2 against South Carolina, Georgia was originally listed as an 11-point favorite and is now favored by 13.5. Georgia has gone from a 15-point favorite over Florida to a 13-point favorite over the Gators. Georgia moves from a 3-point favorite to being favored by 3.5 against Auburn, and from a 21-point favorite to a 19-point favorite against Georgia Tech.

Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, meanwhile, lists Georgia as 14.5-point favorites over South Carolina, 13.5-point favorites over Florida, 5-point favorites over Auburn, and 19-point favorites over Georgia Tech

For comparison, before the 2017 season, Georgia was a 20-point favorite over South Carolina, a one-point underdog to Florida, a 10-point underdog to Auburn, and a 2.5-point favorite over Georgia Tech.

The Bulldogs defeated the Gamecocks 24-10, the Gators 42-7, lost to the Tigers 40-17 and beat Georgia Tech 38-7. Georgia would gain redemption over Auburn in the SEC Championship, winning 28-7. This time around, Georgia will head to South Carolina on Sept. 8, head to Jacksonville to play Florida on Oct. 27, host Auburn on Nov. 10, and close out the regular season by hosting Georgia Tech on Nov. 24.

There are no opening lines to date for Georgia's season opener against FCS opponent Austin Peay on Sept. 1. After going 13-2 with an SEC title, Rose Bowl win, and appearance in the College Football Playoff National Championship, it is likely that Kirby Smart's team will be favored in every game this season. According to ESPN's Football Power Index, Georgia is projected to win each game. With a 99.8 percent chance of beating the Governors in Week 1 as the highest chance, and a 66.7% chance of beating Auburn as the lowest chance. The over/under for wins this season remains 10.5 for Georgia.

The Auburn and Georgia Tech games will take place at home in Sanford Stadium, with South Carolina hosting Georgia in Columbia, S.C. and the game with Florida taking place in Jacksonville, Fla. at EverBank Stadium.

Betting lines will likely have more eyes on them this season as the United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of New Jersey in the state’s challenge to the federal law that banned states from legalizing gambling on sporting events -- with the exception of Nevada. The ruling that the law is unconstitutional, which came down to a 7-2 vote, sets the stage for states to start allowing gambling on sports. How that will be structured by each state remains to be seen, so we don’t know when or if the state of Georgia will follow suit.